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ARTS & EATS

Arts & Eats is a dream-come-true of Chef Jim Copening and Artisan Donna Slawsky.  The menu – inspired by ethnic flavors – includes Indian curry crepe with pineapple chutney, French onion soup, Thai shrimp curry, garlic goat cheese ravioli and  more.  Everything is prepared in-house, including the pastas and a rosemary garlic bread with Egyptian hazelnut dip.

Phone: 201-6647
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1114 12th St. W.
Bradenton,
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Rating: 3 - 261 reviews
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Hours: Wed.-Thurs. 12-8 p.m., Fri. 12-9 p.m., Sat. 11a.m.-9 p.m. Closed August
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2 Reviews for ARTS & EATS
Tuesday, October 8, 2013 at 1:07 pm by

hi AmberI saw you on the Creativelive show and liked your confidence and style on Day2. Thats what made me visit this site and must say its aoemwse. Love your pics. Are you into travel photography? All the best, cheers, Bhaven

Sunday, November 3, 2013 at 4:13 pm by

1. Worship leaders may not be the sole resaon the service starts late. The entire leadership team may have a relaxed attitude towards the timing of the start. Pinning the blame of the worship leader may not always be fair. When it isn't fair drop it. When it is fair, perhaps the leader is simply unaware of the problem and is willing to change when it is brought to his/her attention. On the other side of the coin, maybe the leader is a little too left brained for their own good and, if starting late is truly a problem, they need to be told it's a problem.2. Sometimes it is to communicate something important and necessary (ie: Tag this or modulate or take it down ). Sometimes it may be a sign of a lack of professionalism. But don't take every instance of talking with band members as inherently wrong.3. The worship leader should have told the band. Often, the band is made up of better musicians than the leader and, despite their best efforts, they have difficulty following a guy who isn't clearly communicating with them. Unlike #1 and #2, this one probably is a sign of the worship leader lacking a degree of professionalism.4. Pretty much the same answer as #2 just in different terms. Maybe they turn away from the congregation (since when is that wrong?) to tweak gear because their gear does in fact need tweaking. It's a catch-22. If they can't tweak the gear, they can be accused of sound unprofessional , if the do turn around to tweak the gear they can be accused of being unprofessional. 5. That probably is a problem, and it certainly is one if it serves as a distraction. There are occasions when the band needs to communicate with the technical crew and maybe that's all they're doing. If they consistently make a show of it and seem to be making light of their roles as leaders and partakers in the most sacred human act, well they ought to be told as much.


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